May 14, 2023, 8:27pm
I am posting this here, as I doubt I am the only person with this question.
If I am using Local Adjustments, and I set the viewing area to 100%, and start to configure a control point, I had two issues, one of which I already found an answer to.
First, how to remove the “controls-display” so I can work on an area hidden by it. Answer, press capital-E on the keyboard, and the controls go away, or return. Simple, once I knew the “trick”.
Next question is if I am viewing the screen at 100%, how can I re-position the image so the area I want to work on is in the middle of my screen. None of my obvious choices worked.
Better yet, is there a “help menu” that can be activated, that explains all these things?
I’m asking these questions here, so others who might be equally puzzled can find out the information.
([PL 6.x | VP 4.0 | FP 6.0 | W10x64 64 GB | Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 4 GB])
May 14, 2023, 9:48pm
Mike, as far as I know, the letter “E” doesn’t necessarily have to be uppercase to hide the equalizer. Small works too. Just tested.
Regarding your second question: press the spacebar. Then your cursor turns into a hand and you can move the image section.
May 14, 2023, 9:51pm
For some reason, it does have to be on Mac
May 14, 2023, 10:31pm
Well, there’s the manual which you can download from the help menu
((Greg) - Windows 11)
May 14, 2023, 11:49pm
You can also go to the MOVE/ZOOM palette and drag the loupe around the image preview. This is my preferred method.
May 15, 2023, 12:14am
Thank you all; everything resolved, for me.
I wish I could do something like press the (H)elp key, which explained things like this.
Maybe in a future release.
Yes, when everything else fails, read the manual.
I suspect I’m far from the only person who has been puzzled.